\fɹˈɪts mˈɔːθnə], \fɹˈɪts mˈɔːθnə], \f_ɹ_ˈɪ_t_s m_ˈɔː_θ_n_ə]\
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A German novelist; born at Horitz, Bohemia, Nov. 22, 1849. His home since 1876 has been in Berlin. Among his works may be named: "After Famous Models" (27th ed. 1894; new series, 16th ed. 1883), a collection of witty parodies; "The Baroness's Sundays" (3d ed. 1884); "The New Ahasuerus" (1882); "The Last German of Blatna" (5th ed. 1890); "Hypatia" (2d ed. 1892); "The Ghost-Seer" (1894); "The Bohemian Manuscript" (1897).
By Charles Dudley Warner
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